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Popular Culture in School

Popular Culture in School

Isabel Hanewicz, Staff Writer

September 22, 2013


Filed under Opinion

Nowadays, so much of what kids do and talk about- watching T.V., tweeting, or Instagramming- all revolves around today's culture, filled with celebrities and "Did you hear what happened on the show?" or "Did you see what so-and-so did?". So, when I saw the popular T.V. show Modern Family used as an example in my American Gov...

Why These Trends?

Why These Trends?

Meng Fei Shen

May 7, 2013


Filed under In Depth, Opinion

Define planking. It’s laying horizontally, face-down at a strange location to make your body like a plank of wood. Define Harlem Shake. It’s a 30-40 second long dance with initially one person shaking their upper body and halfway through, a bunch of others join in with excessively random dancing. ...

Charismatic Valentines’ Treats

Charismatic Valentines’ Treats

Meng Fei Shen

February 4, 2013


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

Valentines' Day is coming around the corner, and stores are embellished with hearts while the temporary chocolate stands at the malls are filled with long lines. Chocolate, a traditional gift that lovers and friends exchange with each other, originated from East Mexico by the Olmec civilization over...

Not The End of The World

Not The End of The World

Meng Fei Shen

January 30, 2013


Filed under Opinion

Irate volcanoes erupt with ferocious, flaming lava, destroying everything in its path mercilessly. Waves attack the shores fiercely as a myriad of humans, like tiny ants, scramble helplessly, but eventually join the party. The Earth crumbles and darkness blankets the entire planet until all that is vis...

New Year Same You

Hannah Elliot

January 30, 2013


Filed under Opinion

The ball has dropped and the sparklers have burnt out. The New Year brings in hopes of a better year and wishes of becoming a better person. Some take their resolutions very seriously but Kylee Gorngpratum (’14) doesn’t see the New Year as a time for a complete transformation but, simply some min...

Driven down the road…by my dog?

Driven down the road…by my dog?

Meng Fei Shen

December 15, 2012


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

Yep, exactly noted in the title, have you ever thought of letting your dog drive you around town? Well, maybe not, but it's reality now! In a pet adoption center in New Zealand, workers are justifying the intellectual abilities of dogs through teaching them how to maneuver a Mini Cooper. With seatbelts...

Your Holiday Flavors

Your Holiday Flavors

Meng Fei Shen

December 10, 2012


Filed under Opinion

When the orange, red, and yellow leaves approach a crunchy, brown color, the end of autumn is probably nearing, but not in Florida. The sunshine still blasts through car windows and palm trees stand with green leaves, like always. Despite the never-ending summers of Florida, residents are still able...

Jesus Pizza…?

Jesus Pizza…?

Meng Fei Shen

December 5, 2012


Filed under Opinion, Perspectives

Cheese, tomato sauce, and sometimes pepperoni, sausage, green peppers, all on top of a dough. But how does pizza, a popular and ubiquitous dish in America, relate to the Bible? Some might have heard of manna, a food substance from the Book of Exodus that was described to taste like coriander or marshmallows,...

FBLA Heads Head to HCC

FBLA Heads Head to HCC

Meng Fei Shen

November 8, 2012


Filed under Opinion

Last month, Robinson's FBLA officers had the opportunity to experience a leadership training program at Hillsborough Community College. Officers grouped into rooms based on their positions and were able to meet officers of other schools who held the same title. Every group made creative posters and a...

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